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are joined by vicki got lick, senior policy attorney for the center of medicare advocacy. are thru? >> i am. good morning. >> vicki, do you have thoughts on what we've been saying so far about the cost implications of by lodgics versus traditional drugs or any aspects of the conversation thus far? >> i have a lot of conthoughts about your conversation. cost is a very important factor and cost very often will cause the population not to be able to afford the drugs. even if they have drug coverage for a biopharmaceutical, very often the copayments are so high that people can't afford the copayments. people are bankrupting themselves in order to get these needed medications and it would be very useful if they could in fac have a generic version if a generic version were available. and in some instances where there are generics available, but people cannot tolerate the generic we have the opposite problem. have you somebody who needs a brand name drug but the person is on a health plan that only covers a generic drug. again they have no insurance for the brand name drug. we have encountered man
vicki camack a bigger hand than that. [applause] that's vicki. whoa. thank you, vicki. honestly, vicki, i like that ties network, just the idea of all the connections. a personal and isolated in formation, thank you very much. there is a gentleman i will bring up and get out of the way, i wanted to mention something about the news business and technology. hopefully you watched television. our business is changing by the day, we depend on technology. i would feel naked without my phone. i would feel naked without my ipad. even when i am on television, i am talking by e-mail with people just like you. if dave, do you know about this event? this is what is happening here at this time, often we get to do with it because we heard it straight from you. through e-mail. you might say, i don't have your e-mail address, how to live by you? you can go to our web site and you can find it there. our business has changed so much because of self bones. you are at the place where something is happening. if you without a phone and take a picture, with your permission, you get there before we get there.
magazine investigative reporter and fox news contributor vicki ward. i'm fox news jon scott fox news is on right now. i barack obama hussein obama do solemnly swear that i will faithfully execute the office of president of the of the united states. >> and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend. preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god? >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> it it was a big day for barack obama on monday taking ceremonial oath of office for second term it was a big day for the media as well. jim, we had cnn's jim saying he had to pinch himself. al roker screaming to get the president's attention. what happened to reporting? >> don't forget chris matthews comparing it to the gettysburg address. i think that noah rothman summarized it very well. he said this is a tale of two inaugurals. in 2005, which is to say bush 43 second inaugural smead i can't sneers in 2013. media cheers. he could be alluding to the endless discussion of how great mr
to introduce them to you today. one is a very talented lady, her name is vicki. she is someone, and i will read some of this that you get an idea of who she is. she is a canadian, by the way. that rang a bell. but vicki finds and implement innovative solutions and the social sector. this is something called the planned lifetime advocacy network. the personal support networks. as the executive director of the institute for citizenship and disabilities, she became a recognized expert in canada. for developing social networks, social innovation, citizenship, and turning around the world of those that are disabled. she is the founder and ceo of of the personal network. she has been focusing her skills best to deliver personal networks,, she has done a tremendous amount of things. she has done so many things, i need a calculator to add them all up. the idea is that she is an expert on building personal networks and coming up with things that will work for you that will change your lives. give a warm welcome to vicki camack. [applause] >> good morning, everyone. what an amazing venue to hold this eve
team coverage -- from san francisco to atlanta - as the celebration rages on. >> good evening i'm vicki liviakis - full highlights on the game ahead. but first - kron4's dan kerman is live in the mission district - dan? >> reporter: >> reporter: things are quiet tonight we thought that there were going to be celebrations with people setting fires in the mission district like after the giants with that is not the case tonight guar. let me show you the police presence in the mission district tonight. just about 20 minutes ago, there was a fight at the bart station. at least 15-20 police officers in 60 seconds. they are in this area and they are not going to have a repeat from the giants. let me show you video from earlier. this was right after the giants had victory. you can see the m 80's with many people celebrating and honking horns. but it did not turn into the vandalism that we have seen before we have seen a lot of police. allowing police and buses to get through the same time, keep the peace. they have dwindled to about 5, 6, 7:00 p.m.. right now, 24th/mission. quiet. however, ther
and investigative reporter and fox news contributor, vicky ward. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. now. >> i barack hussein obama do faithfully swore that ill execute the office of president of the united states. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> and will to the best of my ability. >> preserve protect and defend. >> preserve protect and defend. >> the constitution of the nights. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god? >> so help you god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> jon: it was a big day for barack obama on monday taking the ceremonial oath of office for his second term. it was a big day for the media as well. jim, we had cnn jim acosta saying he had to pinch himself. we saw al roker screaming to get the president's attention. what happened to reporting? >> don't forget chris mathews comparing it to the gettysburg address. i think that the media, some, some summarized it as well, tale of two inaugurations, and with bush 43, media sneers and obama, the media cheers. and how the kids are dressing and contrast to 2005 inaugural eight short years ago
necesito. ♪ hoy hablé con vicky y me dijo que los padres tienen una casa en el mismo barrio donde vive el tipo del banco, el gerente, a lo mejor podemos llegar a él de otra manera. sí, sí, bueno, yo ya de buena manera probé, a lo mejor no estaría mal si probáramos de mala manera. ¿y de mala manera qué es? ¿robar el banco? ¿por qué no? tú estás loco, mario, ¿qué estás diciendo? loco estaría si me dejo robar por estos ladrones, ¿qué quieres que haga? ¿debo dejar que papá se muera? nosotros no somos delincuentes, mario. ya lo sé. mira, yo no sé qué... no sé qué podamos hacer, déjame pensar, ¿sí? lo único que te voy a pedir es que me ayudes, que me acompañes, ¿me vas a ayudar? ¿humm? haz una cosa, ¿por qué no vas a la casa de vicky y fíjate si puedes averiguar algo? (vicky) esta es la casa. ¿esta casa? sí. no es mucho para un gerente. no lo creo, según mi papá este tipo es bastante especial, ayudó a todos los del barrio a sacar la plata antes del "corralito". a mi padre no. ¿tu papá tiene llegada con este tipo? no, no, no, no, mi papá no quiere sabe
of vicki.. do you like the bling! this is a great moment for kron 4. >> this is one of the most sophisticated and glamorous parties foot of the year. >> we have been in different locations and some of them can get a little rowdy. >> i reported around 5. with some of promotions. >> i guarantee that this is the only live show at midnight. with balloons and fireworks. >> cocktails. >> and dancing. will you do a fred astaire. >> the last time that jim swanson did some dancing. jan wahl! >> take a look at some celebrations around the world. (music) >>> jim harbaugh is giving his guys some time off heading into the playoffs. jason has that story straight ahead we'll wet your appetite for new years live by taking a quick look back at the biggest sports moments of 2012. >>> thousands of people are expected to celebrate the new year at six flags discovery kingdom in vallejo! you're looking at a live picture. we're counting down to the new year kron4's catherine heenan and gary radnich is hosting new years live right here on kron4. starting in a few minutes. >> welcome back. as the 49ers
are your photographs that you've sent in. some of them on the air and vicki most of us will watch superbowl - 47 on t-v. fan who plans to see the game in person. kron 4's vicki liviakis is here to fill us in on the superbowl. vicki. around, but fans of the 49ers be prepared. the superbowl comes with a super-sized price tag. let's talk numbers. lottery to make only about a thousand tickets available to purchase. if you don't win the lottery and are on the lookout for a secondary market. where as of monday morning the average price for a seat at the superbowl is $3,195 dollars. ka-ching! the cheapest we could find is $1,785 dollars. of course the official list prices according to the nfl are $850, $950, and $1,250 for the superbowl upper and lower bowl and club seats but that's daydreaming. one online ticket for a good seat was going for $12,575 dollars, but even if you're willing to pay thru the nose, there's no telling if the ticket is real until gametime. the only guarenteed secondary ticket seller is the nfl ticketmaster ticket exchange. buy from anybody else and you're on your own. good
on the phone is the lone star college media relations manager. vickie, what more can you tell us? or of the above, can you correct anything? >> caller: you have as much information as i have at this time. we do know that it was between two individuals, three people were shot. one of those was the shooter. two others were studented. i don't know information on the condition of any of the people that have been shot at this point in time. >> shepard: nearby hospitals say that one is very serious, one may be critical. we don't know if one was the shooter. now, we were listening to your administrator on another network. can you confirm whether the shooter was a student? >> caller: i cannot at this point in time. >> shepard: can you confirm whether the victims were characterized as caught in the crossfire, were students? >> caller: i believe that they are students, yes, that's correct. >> shepard: it's my understanding that this happened in an area which includes a library and an administration building. is that right? >> caller: yes, that's correct. >> shepard: though it seems sort of
sacramento. >> invoking the name of vicky soto, the teacher killed in the sandy hook massacre, while using her body to shield students. a group of lawmakers proposed a school marshal program to protect campuses from gunmen mod yeld after air marshal who's guard against terrorism and staffers from janitor to principal could be skparmd no ÷ how many are carrying a gun. >> we have a more yap yal obligation that the next vicky soto faced with inexpoliticable even,,s"z that e she not be leftézq+ defenseless. >> school marshals would have to pass a background check to get a concealed weapons permit. one bill would alout use of education funds to pay for the program illustrating the divide in the gun control debate in these post-sandy hook times pitting proponents begins gun supporters. >> we laid off thousands of teachers. why would we use the few personnel we have left to be armed guards? when armed guards don't always prevent shootings? >> then there is argument of stray bullets in a battle between a school work skbrer armed intrude yir. >> if you're trying to shoot a shooter that could be d
tomorrow. an incredible day of football. it is fun to come here and i am able to visit with vicki and we're working with the best weatherman. brian. this is a weekend i will never forget, weatherman. brian. this is a weekend i will never forget, the 49ers vilook at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. he doesn't have back problems. you kids have got it too good if you ask me. [ male announcer ] now u-verse high speed internet has more speed options, reliability and ways to connect. rethink possible. (woman) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beau
pedal. right now it's totally legal, but the investigative unit's vicky nguyen asks, is it safe? >>> and welcome back. we've all gotten one of these, but as you know, using it behind the wheel in california is breaking the law. yet there's an exception for drivers of emergency vehicles, it's legal for them to type, text or talk while driving. but here's the issue. if it's unsafe for us, is it any safer for them? tonight, the investigative unit's vicky nguyen found distracted driving with emergency vehicles can cause some significant damage. >> reporter: you're looking at a chp cruiser. wrecked after the officer rammed the back of a taxi at 60 miles an hour. the officer said he took his eyes off the road to look down at his computer on 101 near mountain view. in concord, an officer checked a message for just a second and caused a three-car pileup. we reviewed more than 2 million collision records in california from 2006 to 2011 and found more than 1,000 crashes caused by distracted drivers of emergency vehicles. that's about 14 a month. most of those collisions involve local poli
>>> a movie about the oscar grant shooting will soon premiere at the sundance film festival. kron-4's vicki liviakis has details. >> reporter: oscar grant isn't exactly a household name. but the young man shot and killed by bart police on new year's day in 2009 will be larger than life. on the big screen. he's the subject of a feature film about to be released called "fruitvale" - where on this train platform - grant lost his life. and supporters - who don't want the public to forget - are holding a vigil. >> this is the real fruitvale - the bart station in oakland. but the film "fruitvale" is making it's debut in front of an entirely different audience - at the sundance film festival. co-staring is oscar winning actress octavia spencer as oscar grant's mother, wanda, who has high hopes for the film. >> my hope for the movie is that people will see the truth. the screen writer is budding bay area film-maker ryan coogler - shooting still photos at the vigil. he worked closely with grant's family - including oscar's uncle. >> if we can get this on the big screen, not just the 48 hours of osca
as you've never seen him. as an artist? new at eight. kron-'4s vicki liviakis brings us a story you'll only see here. the vernon davis we see on tv. nfl football player. 49er tight end. taking a hard hit. and getting back up again. but, this is also vernon davis - talented artist and painter. >> it is all about expressing yourself. >> reporter: opening up his new art gallery in san jose's santana row. gallery 85. just like his jersey. here you'll see davis' own other emerging artists. >> i want to touch children's lives for perhaps that do not believe. >> proceeds go to the vernon davis foundation for the arts. davis majored in art in college.but kept his love of drawing and painting hidden in the tough hood he grew up in. >> did you have a moment? >> yes, i had a moment where i was scared. and then when i was in college i decided and i felt free. during that time i thought about some things that i could get back and change lives and let kids know that it is okay that it is okay to pursue art. >> where some of the only options were drugs, gangs, and if you're lucky - football. davi
plans to see the game in person. kron 4's vicki liviakis fills us in on the cost of a ticket to the superbowl. sure it's the biggest game around, but fans of the 49ers be prepared. the superbowl comes with a first off, the nfl held a lottery to a thousand tickets available to purchase. if you don't win the lottery and are on the lookout for a ticket, welcome to the secondary market. where as of monday morning the average price for a seat at the superbowl is $3,195 dollars. ka-ching! the cheapest we could find is $1,785 dollars. of course the official list prices according to the nfl are $850, $950, and $1,250 for the superbowl upper and lower bowl and club seats but that's daydreaming. one online ticket for a good seat was going for $12,575 dollars, but even if you're willing to pay thru the nose, there's no telling if the ticket is real until gametime. the only guarenteed secondary ticket seller is the nfl ticketmaster ticket exchange. buy from anybody else and you're on your own. good luck. in san francisco, vicki >> pam: of course, the price of a ticket is not the only thi
illegal weapons and thousands of dollars worth of stolen fire equipment at his home. vicky uncovered the details in an exclusive report you'll see only on nbc bay area news. vicky joins us live in the newsroom. >> jessica, these are court documents detailing a disturbing history of harassment, threats and alleged retaliation by fire captain john womont. the fire district has a workplace violence restraining against willmont just as a search of his home turned up 53 guns, including illegal assault rifles, many of them unregistered. that's not all that investigators found. court papers show they recovered more than 200 items, allegedly stolen from the district. this is public property ranging from firefightering equipment and uniforms to power tools worth thousands of dollars. in the petition for the restraining order, the battalion chief says willmont handed a bullet to a co-worker with that person's name on it. the chief also cites a
: that's right vicki, women are standing up all over the bay area to protect their right to choose. people from both sides rallied today. first stop, justin herman plaza. pro choice protestors were making their voices heard >> across the country 70% of people believe in row, so i'm optimistic we're gonna continue to move forward. >> reporter: it was 1973 when the supreme court recognized a woman's right to choose an abortion. this sea of people believe a medical decision should be made between a woman and her doctor.and say they each have to do their part to protect that choice. (sandra fluke, pro choice lawyer) >> we have to keep defending row and defending the rights of women to make their own decisions on their bodies legally, but there's also a more profound fight about access and affordability and insurance coverage and about making sure that people especially in rural areas have access to it. >> reporter: advocates say the threat in the state of california is services, and preserving those services under the budget. as they take to the streets and defend their right, they thi
. vicki was a good friend of his, deeply involved in the peace talks. many believe she was the target. >> not all agree with the leader. they would point of the vendor at the -- a point the finger at the deep state of turkey. >> it is a problem with terrorism, and it has the last terrorists. >> tonight, a prince came. >> funding for this presentation -- hundreds came. >> to pakistan where police say more than 100 people have been killed in separate bombings in the country. the death toll has climbed and many more people have been injured. >> a bomb in the center that appears to have targeted soldiers. and then an attack at a religious gathering, 20 killed at this time. and in the evening, the bombing in an area where members share a muslim minority. journalists and onlookers have gathered at the site. and the building collapsed. scores of people, according to the police, have been killed. there are groups whose main aim is to target the shia muslims. hundreds have been killed. the authorities fail, and they find a way to end the bloodshed. >> reporting on a violent day in pakistan. ba
. >> reporter: vicki. federal investigators say chevron fire fighters responding to a small leak and fire before the big explosion. may have accidently punched a hole in the 40-year-old pipe that eventually failed in august. u-s chemical safety board investigators say they are examining the tools chevron fire fighters used to stop an intial small refinery leak and fire in richmond last august sixth investigators say the 40- year-old pipe that eventually sent a plume of gas and fire into the air was already in bad shape. over time, sulfur from the crude oil flowing through the pipe wore it down. but, the chemical safety board says it's found a gash on the pipe. that investigators say must have been done from the outside. investigators are looking into the possibility that while chevron fire fighters were responding to a smaller leak and fire. they may have accidently damaged the pipe. while ripping and tearing away at insulation. investigators say the bigger explosion may have still happened regardless of the puncture -- but that the damage could have played a role. the august eruption at the cru
-old dexter oliver. phillipe djegal has more. >> vicki. suspect. 22-year-old dexter oliver. and, the victim knew eachother. in fact, police say the two are dating. right now, the victim is being treated in the burn center here at saint francis hospital. witnesses tell the san francisco police that they heard a woman screaming. on hollister avenue between third and jennings at around 12-15 sunday afternoon. police say 22-year-old dexter oliver approached her. threw flammable liquid over her. and, then set her body on fire. police say it's possible that afterwords, oliver walked down the street and boarded a light rail train. investigators not releasing what led to the confrontation. but police say oliver and the victim are dating. here's a look at dexter oliver. police say he's about 5-10. weighing 155 pounds. he was last seen wearing a red and white hoodie. dark pajama pants, with multi-colored shamrock print. with grey and red nike tennis shoes. police say he also has a unique haircut. with a fish carved out on one side of his hair and a lightening bolt on the other. billy ware is a local
. getting warmer thursday, friday with mid-60s. vicki? >> automakers are picking up the pace when it comes tohat aims to keep drivers connect behind the wheel. karin caifa spoke with automakers about the strides they've made to get their cars up to speed. smartphones do a lot to get us where we need to go - directions, maybe some roadside assistance. for the most part, that phone works separately from the dashboard. the new trends in autos is to change that. >> "the focus of this car really showcases how consumer electronics are influencing the drive. so we're seeing for the first time, things integrated that we've never seen in a car before." >> reporter: q-n-x software says they've created a "connected cockpit" inside this bentley. a curved touch screen that can display tweets and emails, navigation instructions right behind the wheel, and a web app that lets drivers lock doors or check the gas tank from their smartphone. the company says, it could be adapted to any price point. expanding dashboard technology is the goal of a program launched by ford at the international consumer electro
to the british government. -- vicky price. >> what would happen in the next couple of months is there will be a lot of discussions and bargaining going on. first of all, the fiscal cliff and whether that can be avoided completely in a couple of months because maybe they will be able to raise the debt ceiling slightly. i think that is very important to happen. the second thing will be what happens on spending? there's quite a bit of spending already in the pipeline. the question is the u.s. has a lot of debt that is structural. there has to be long-term changes in terms of the way benefits have been paid and other issues in some of the long-term spending that has been taking place, which will need to be tackled in such a way that will need to be permanently lower. if the problem gets tackled, then they will come back to continue the crisis over the next year. and >> in the central african republic, security forces have used tear pressed to -- teargas to dispel protesters. there has been no agreement so far. >> the rebels positioned outside the city with pigeons running high. t
should know victoria manalo dreys park. that was named after vicky dreyes, a filipino olympian from san francisco. these are names we should never forget. we'll see another names as they serve our great city and become our great local heroes. many of these names now on this very wonderful interactive board. tonight celebrate. celebrate the whole month and make sure we remember our heroes and make sure we honor the current ones that are serving today. and let's get the filipino-american candidates rally going for more heros in san francisco! celebrate filipino-american history month. thank you everybody for being here tonight. [ applause ] >> hello, i am with the recreation and parks department. we are featuring the romantic park location in your backyard. this is your chance to find your heart in santa and cisco with someone special. -- san francisco with someone special. our first look out is here at buena vista park, a favorite with couples and dog walkers. both have a significant force. a refreshing retreat from urban life. the romantic past that meander up and down the park under p
. that was named after vicky dreyes, a filipino olympian from san francisco. these are names we should never forget. we'll see another names as they serve our great city and become our great local heroes. many of these names now on this very wonderful interactive board. tonight celebrate. celebrate the whole month and make sure we remember our heroes and make sure we honor the current ones that are serving today. and let's get the filipino-american candidates rally going for more heros in san francisco! celebrate filipino-american history month. thank you everybody for being here tonight. [ applause ] >> thank you and welcome everybody to today's announcement of my appointment to the city college board of trustees for san francisco. let me begin by thanking my good friend, someone who graduated from my alma mater, somebody who worked with for many years, he has been part of the elected city family for the city college for over a decade. of course, that is mr. marks. you want to give our condolences and certainly acknowledge milton's contribution to our college, not only to his family, community, t
locations in the city. at no time did they cross paths. alecia reid kron 4 news. back over to you vicki. >> their bags are packed and ready to go. it's on to the super bowl for the n-f-c champion san francisco 49ers. the big game is eight days out. and during their final practices at home. kron four's philippe djegal reports the team is feeling good about their chances. especially considering the quarterback's hot hand. >> reporter: quarterback colin kaerpernick says about a week out from the biggest game of his life. he's just trying to keep things simple. after a week of practices in santa clara. kaerpernick and the 49ers say they're ready for the big stage. this franchise has never lost a super bowl in which it's played. and, players say they expect to bring home san francisco's sixth championship trophy. coach jim harbaugh says the baltimore ravens are well- coached. and, present a challenge for the niners. both offensively and defensively but at this point. the 49ers have proven there are no challenges this team can't overcome. he praised the play of his hand-picked quarterback. al
-hard fans want to see the game in person. you're going to need a lot of luck. kron-4's vicki liviakis shows us just how hard its going to be. to score a ticket. >> reporter: you knew it wouldn't be easy.but tickets for the 49ers divisional playoff game went on sale monday morning on ticketmaster.and. sold out in under three minutes. currently some seats remain as part of ticket and tailgate packages which include an all in one game ticket plus pregame tailgate party access plus food and beverages. you can try and score those directly through the 49ers page on ticketmaster. we checked out stubhub and found seats as high as - get this - one pair on the sideline for 93,360 dollars. could be a typo. the next cheapest is a single seat in the endzone for 55 hundred dollars. and we went to craigslist and spotted these saturday playoff tickets for a mere $399 a piece. there's a picture but no vouching for authenticity. the team advises fans looking for any tickets to saturday's game to visit the nfl ticket exchange - the only ticket re-sale site supported by the niners and nfl. vicki liviakis, kron
this restraining order. wilmot retired last month after his arrest. he spent 27 years at the district. vicky nguyen, nbc bay area news. >> we look forward to seeing you this evening, vicky. >>> police on high alert after one of their own is viciously beaten and shot in east oakland. they arrested five gang members. the community is now increasing its plea for help. only how to get that help is causing outrage also. in a few minutes, oakland city council members will need to decide whether to hire william bratton. jody? >> janelle, the council chambers inside city hall are absolutely packed. the fire marshal just asked folks to leave because there's not enough room. 200 people have signed up to speak at tonight's meeting. while bratton critics plan to be loud and boisterous, others in oakland say this crime-ridden city needs all the help it can get. >> it's hell. it's hell. it's hell on earth. >> reporter: that's how sandra describes what it's like living in this east oakland neighborhood, where an undercover police officer got beaten and shot in the arm last night. >> they're violating everybody el
of vicky so it to, the teacher killed in the sandy hook elementary school massacre last month while using her body to shield students. a group of republican state lawmakers propose a school marshalls program to protect campuses from gunmen, modeled after federal air marshals who guard against terrorism. staffers from the janitor to the principal could be armed but no one would know who or how many are carrying a gun. >> we have a moral obligation that the next vicky soto who is faced with in ineck mickable cecil that she not be left defenseless. >> reporter: districts decide whether to participate. it would allow the use of education funds to pay for the program. the proposal illustrates the deep divide in the gun control debate in the post sandy hook times pitting proponents of tighter gun control regulations against gun supporters who want to protect children with more guns. >> we laid off thousands of teachers in the last couple of years. why would we use the few school personnel we have left to be armed guards when armed guards don't always prevent shootings. >> then there is the argu
. >> thank you, mrs. wang. vicky -- [inaudible] i had a question. >> i was not in washington whenned to frank was fiercely lobbied. i know, it was. there were a number of. exemptions renner to the law. to the extent entities are providing financial product or services to consumers. the the exceptions are complex. i'm sure downtown road there will be further consideration in congress how it's playing out. i want to point out one important feature that is new that the consumer bower row is no place to oversee not only financial institutions that are charter banks and thrifts and savings and loans as true before dodd-frank. but also nonbank mortgage lenders and others who participate in the market, it's important. you can't have a satisfactory or regulatory scheme. what you find is i they note order the. panel. karen going down the street getting irresponsible loans from people not subject to any standard and get -- cutting to the market. that rule is now in place and it cores the entire team for the most part of the mortgage lending market is a notable step forward. >> thank you for the comment
vicki liviakis. she has more on a film being made about it -- which will soon premiere at sundance. >> reporter: the name oscar grant isn't exactly a household name. but the young man shot and killed by bart police on new year's day in 2009 will be larger than life. on the big screen. he's the subject of a feature film about to be released called "fruitvale" - where on this train platform - grant lost his life. and supporters - who don't want the public to forget - are holding a vigil. >> this is the real fruitvale - the bart station in oakland. but the film "fruitvale" is making it's debut in front of an entirely different audience - at the sundance film festival. co-staring is oscar winning actress octavia spencer as oscar grant's mother, wanda, who has high hopes for the film. >> my hope for the movie is that people will see the truth. >> reporter: the screen writer is budding bay area film-maker ryan coogler - shooting still photos at the vigil. he worked closely with grant's family - including oscar's uncle. >> if we can get this on the big screen, not just the 48 hours of osc
. lives. and to make them believe that they can believe in themselves. >> vicki liviakis and her friend, colleen. and the papparazzi... >> it looks like they were not enjoying athol l law and let vicki liviakis live her life and the hall of fame is eddie debartla and the hall of fame inductees announced he would be in there, except for the river boat scandal debartolo. charles haley larry allen tim brown and warrne sapp... 5 gusys that could be in the hall of fame. >> sacramento. they bought a bunch of hotels and a divided pretty speakers and they lost all of their monday. anyway, they have received $525 million from a group from seattle. by all indications they will be moving to seattle. kevin johnson, saying that it is notver yet. and do we have a positive? you sponsor, this baptist church and maryland. take a look he is not even looking! a youth basketball. green rich baptist church in maryland and even our parenting skills. >> yes, we are ready for it. and jacqueline you will learn one day. when we understand she will read the military. and this is from shell. in merry christmas, ha
into the world by their parents curtis and vicky. >> easy for curtis and vicky to remember the birthday. because at home they have another set of twins, get this who were born on the same exact day, two years ago. but at least they have some unpaid help at home. the couple has a 7, 5, and 3-year-old. god bless that family. >> very. >> full house. >> ambitious. >> yeah. >> at least you have to have one birthday party for four kids. >> yeah, you consolidate. >> yeah. that's -- they're all under age 7 then. >> fertility not a problem in that household. >> not at all. >> the boys are swimming. coming up next, a real-life medical drama for a star known for his x-rated movies. >> later -- cats kill birds. we all know that. how many birds? a number that may astound even the most loyal cat lovers. you are watching "world news now." ♪ meow-meow-meow ♪ meow-meow-meow >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by consumer cellular. by consumer cellular. how far will people go to relieve their sore throat? try these. new cepacol sensations cools instantly, and has an active ingredient that st
to get a ticket. kaepernick. and this race with an injury he was and there in even vicki. the first pass. am i thought they were going to mall them. >> it was in the tougher 40's. attempts, 7-nothing, green bay. but then it was all about kaepernick. he came right back i think that is the greatness of the sky. and how about the sean harris. selling cars and now, 14-7. here is to jerry ross. the rookie. 70-33, there he is, all the way to crabtree. 17 -- 233. and the deb-to 33 careful james jones. 17- to 333 and kaepernick says i do not know i think that this could be just for the kaepernick but take a look, 56 yds. 183 yds. it the most ever game by a quarterback and anny. he used, could yet. here we go. 119 yds. the most ever by a 49er team in the post season. and kaepernick, 446 yds. for touchdowns! it was one of those nights. seattle will be playing for atlanta. if the 49ers if atlanta wins tomorrow, there will code to in atlanta next sunday. if seattle has victory, seattle would be coming year. >> we like to show seattle a good timing. and sometimes people say that atlanta could be a bi
. philippe. >> reporter: vicki. federal investigators say chevron fire fighters responding to a small leak and fire before the big explosion. may have accidently punched a hole in the 40-year-old pipe that eventually failed in august. u-s chemical safety board investigators say they are examining the tools chevron fire fighters used to stop an intial small refinery leak and fire in richmond last august sixth investigators say the 40- year-old pipe that eventually sent a plume of gas and fire into the air was already in bad shape. over time, sulfur from the crude oil flowing through the pipe wore it down. but, the chemical safety board says it's found a gash on the pipe. that investigators say must have been done from the outside. investigators are looking into the possibility that while chevron fire fighters were responding to a smaller leak and fire. they may have accidently damaged the pipe. while ripping and tearing away at insulation. investigators say the bigger explosion may have still happened regardless of the puncture -- but that the damage could have played a role. the august eru
chilly, tonight vicki. and before it really gets cold relief freezing temperatures right now in petaluma. for tomorrow, the sun shine and some cold readings out there. freeze warnings for the entire bay area with the exception of san francisco. through the day will see these sunshine and crystal clear blue skies. that sun is not going to warm up that much. tomorrow, just before sunrise with the readings coldest in the north bay valleys, low 20s. 50s in some locations. and even teens tonight, 20's and the east bay/inland. with most locations near the bay are really not going to be quite that warm. freezing. 36 and san francisco, san jose, we are going to be cold. with mid upper 20s forecast. for the santa clara police. 29 degrees. and for the santa clara-valleys. and a san mateo. as we go to the day it is not going to warm up quite that much. 20's and '30's and struggling to get to the 40's for the afternoon. the afternoon will only be in the low 50s but there is warmer weather coming. one is going to get here, coming up. >> the new boeing 7-87 dreamliner. made it's local debut at san jos
to the story. investigative report he vicky winn has an exclusive report. >> reporter: captain john wilmont is a 27-year veteran of the contra costa fire district. these court documents say this public servant stole from taxpayers, harassed co-workers and threatened people he was sworn to protect. now there is a workplace restraining order against wilmont and federal agents have confiscated illegal guns and ammo found at his homes. investigators search three homes and five cars belonging to fire captain john wilmont. court papers show they found more than 200 items allegedly stolen from the fire district, including expensive tools and fire gear worth thousands of dollars. records show they also found 53 guns, including illegal assault rifles and many unregistered guns. his bosses filed a workplace restraining order. in the petition the fire chief said he wrote a co-worker's name on a bullet and gave it to him. that he stole another firefighter's uniform in retaliation. the chief also cites police reports showing he told a woman he would rape and decapitate her after she accidentally called
for vicky zito to shake off. >> and what i really clung to at that moment, because it was just too much, was that she was found alive, and she was on her way home. >> reporter: the countless other young girls are not home. >> when people hear me talk about human trafficking here in the bay area, they say oh, it doesn't happen here. >> reporter: betty anne with the bay area anti-trafficking coalition say victims have shifted in the last year or so to foreigners to americans. >> it is taking off in number. >> reporter: the fbi ranks san francisco one of the top places for human trafficking, and umbrella term for child labor, forced labor, domestic servitude and sex trafficking. san jose another city that tops that list with a lot of shady activity popping up in vietnamese coffee shops, massage parlors, back of dry-cleaner, even auto body shops. but it's not just big cities. >> we're talking about suspicious cases happening in the atherton and sayratogas. >> it's just coming out a pair of twins from hillsboro are victims of trafficking. >> they were found on craigslist being solicited for
that problem, but it does restore the base funding levels. >> pam: thank you, dan. the k vicki? >> reporter: after years of denying it. lance armstrong now admits he used performance-enhancing drugs. in an interview with oprah, armstrong finally answers the claims that have dogged his career in cycling. but will coming clean. mark a fresh start? and what's the cost to his tarnished reputation? we take a closer look. >> for more than a decade lance armstrong looked into the cameras and denied doping. but in a two and a half hour interview with oprah.the disgraced cyclist now reportedly admits to using performance-enhancing drugs. >> i would say he did not come clean in the manner that i expected. it was surprising to me. i would say that for myself, my team, all of us in the room, we were mesmerized and riveted by some of his answers. >> reporter: oprah talked about her exclusive sit down with armstrong on morning tv. >> i would say there were a couple of times when he was emotional. >> reporter: no longer trying to out-pedal doping allegations, armstrong is in a race to save his public imag
. as an artist? kron-'4s vicki liviakis brings us the story. >> the vernon davis we see on tv. nfl football player. 49er tight end. taking a hard hit. and getting back up again. but, this is also vernon painter. opening up his new art gallery in san jose's santana row. gallery 85. just like his jersey. and is all about expressing yourself. >> to touch the lives of children. to let them believe in themselves and they can believe. that is why i am here. >> here you'll see davis' own oil paintings as well as other emerging artists. proceeds go to the vernon davis foundation for the arts. davis majored in art in college.but kept his love of drawing and painting hidden in the tough hood he grew up in. >> as a child, i could not believe that i could paint however, during a college, i decided to change my major. at that time and i thought that i could give back and change lives. and let children know that it is okay. for art. >> where some of the only options were drugs, gangs, and if you're lucky - football. >> if i can reach out to a kid and make them understand that it is ok as i am doing it, t
about oscar grant who was shot and killed at oakland's fruitvale bart station. kron 4's vicki liviakis was there - with bay area movie viewers and movie makers. >> the sundance film festival in park city, utah.is a huge draw for this san francisco cine-phile. >> there's a lot of bay area presence here there are film-makers and you even run into your friends. >> reporter: despite the long lines to see a movie - lauren williams, producer for the discovery channel, has been coming for seven years. >> part of the fun of sundance is seeing if you can talk your way into a film - it doesn't work. >> one hot ticket is the movie fruitvale - about oscar grant, the unarmed oakland man killed on new year's day 2009 by a bart police officer. it's a first for bay area film-maker ryan coogler - who i recently caught up with at an oscar grant rally at the fruitvale bart station. >> this story follows him in a day if of his life. it talks a lot about him. >> here at sundance - fruitvale was just picked up by a distributor for an estimated two and a half million dollars. not bad for a debut director. >>
can. >> i heard this very touching story, jesse had this ornament that he wanted to give to vicky soto, his teacher he loved, who also lost her life. >> that's true. the day before, the evening before sandy hook's shooting, we were at stew renert's in danberry, and he loved christmas, one of his many favorite holidays, but that was his favorite holiday. and he had picked out two ornaments. i'm unclear why he picked out two for ms. soto, but one was a star that was for his teacher. the other was an apple for a teacher. and he also got his mother and his brother an ornament, one and he had picked out two ornaments. i'm unclear why he picked out two for ms. soto, but one was a star that was for his teacher. the other was an apple for a teacher. and he also got his mother and his brother an ornament, one that said mother, and the other said brother on it. and his good friend daniel who he used to play with every saturday and took riding lessons from jesse's mom, daniel loved horses and jesse picked him out a horse ornament. jesse purchased the ornaments, $37 all together, with his own mone
, sent to him by face book, twitter and e mail. >> first question, vicky asks my account was hacked and contacts and e mails are gone and all contacts will people who get that e mail get hacked, too? >> they may. you need to make sure your pass word is changed right away. yahoo, they may be able to restore the contakts for you. e mail everyone you know, explain you've been hacked. >> i just had a -- this happen to a friend of mine. really? mark said that? didn't know about that. >> colton w wants to know what happens if you÷) buy something broken, and the cash year does not give you a discount? >> well... let's see f you agree to buy it for a certain price, knowing it was broken, you made a contract saying you'd buy it for that price. if you get it home and figure it out, you can return it because that is not what it was you thought you were buying. you zront a contract for a broken item. >> right. >> how does every health insurer out there get my name, address and age? i'm about to turn 65 so they can flood me with mail solicitation autos isn't that obnoxious? birth indicate, nam
, as if they were watching this program and taking notes, john kerry, vicki kennedy, and the head of the democratic senate campaign committee all came out in support of ed markey for john kerry's senate seat. an unprecedented closing of the ranks around ed markey before any democrat could announce his or her intention of running in the primary against ed markey. and you heard it here first, which is to say you're hearing it right now. scott brown probably wouldn't even run against ed markey. scott brown would be much happier running for governor when duval patrick leaves office next year, a race scott brown would have a much better chance of winning, and a job he would love. i mean, love, compared to the senate which according to my sources he doesn't really like. so it is settled. ed markey will be the next elected senator from massachusetts. but who, who is the governor going to appoint in the meantime? the pointed senator will have crucial work to do on the next debt ceiling crisis, on the next round of budget negotiations with republicans. all of that action will be focused in the senate financ
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